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The much-delayed £56 billion HS2 rail project is under review to ensure that it can be delivered, the transport secretary said yesterday.

HS2 to compete with broadband rollout for government funding

High Speed 2 (HS2) will compete for funding against other types of infrastructure projects such as the rollout of fibre broadband, under the terms of a new review being carried out by the government,.

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